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Doña Ana County, New Mexico (U.S.)

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[Flag of Doña Ana, New Mexico] image by Jens Pattke, 7 May 2010

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Description of the flag

Doña Ana County's flag consists of the county logo/seal on a plain white background. George Gray of Las Cruces designed the Doña Ana County seal in 1958. The county sponsored a contest for a design, and he entered his rendition hoping to win the grand prize of a $25 savings bond. An art teacher at Las Cruces High School at the time, Mr. Gray said he designed the seal with the zia symbol to represent the State of New Mexico, the conquistador to represent the county's history and our ties to Mexico and Spain, the Organ Mountains and Rio Grande to represent the county's two major geographical landmarks, the rocket to represent White Sands Missile Range, the lamp of learning to represent New Mexico State University, and the cotton boll and chile pod to represent the Mesilla Valley's agricultural heritage. The seal today remains exactly as he designed it in 1958. Mr. Gray is now retired, but he  still lives in Las Cruces.

Information and b/w image of the county seal thanks to Jess C. Williams, Director of Public Information and Special Projects, Commission Liaison to the Public.

Valentin Poposki, 7 May 2010

The County

Doña Ana County is a county located in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of 2000, the population was 174,682. Its county seat is Las Cruces, also the largest city in the county and second largest in New Mexico. Smaller towns in the county include Mesilla, Doña Ana, Hatch, and Organ.
from Wikipedia:,_New_Mexico.

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Valentin Poposki, 7 May 2010


[Seal of Doña Ana County, New Mexico]image located by Paul Bassinson, 31 July 2018

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Paul Bassinson, 31 July 2018